"He is one of those diamonds in the rough": Why the Broncos believe they got a steal in DaeSean Hamilton (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
"Oh, he's a playmaker," Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders said. "I think he is one of those diamonds in the rough type of guys. A lot of people don't know about him, but he has deceptive speed. He can get open on routes. He has good hands. He's been making plays the entire time at OTAs. So, he's going to be one of those guys where I think Broncos (Country) — obviously, they know about Courtland (Sutton) — but when the season starts they're going to be like, 'Who is that guy out there making those plays?' as well."
(Mike Klis, 9NEWS)
It wasn't quite the feeling Peyton Manning gave the team in 2012. But the presence of Keenum -- a proven starting quarterback capable of winning a second-round playoff game -- seemed to give the Broncos a boost of energy and confidence.
How will Broncos adapt to new NFL kickoff rules?: "Oh, we've got a secret plan for that." (Kyle Fredrickson, The Denver Post)
Kickoff rule changes include no running starts on coverage and only three players back deep on return.
The 2018 NFL Father-Son Rankings (Ralph Warner, NFL.com)
The Mannings are the unrivaled father-sons NFL trio. Archie spent 14 years (1971-1984) as an NFL QB, throwing for 23,911 yards and 125 touchdowns. Archie's teams never made the playoffs, but Peyton made for the postseasons Archie missed out on. Peyton made the playoffs 15 times in his 18-year career. The five-time NFL MVP won two Super Bowls and set a slew of QB records including passing yards (71,940) and touchdown passes (539) before retiring in 2016.